Test Your Knowledge of Red Sox Chairman Tom Werner’s Successful Career

Test Your Knowledge of Red Sox Chairman Tom Werner's Successful Career Red Sox Chairman Tom Werner has had an illustrious career, but his legacy stretches far past the Hub.

The 60-year-old tycoon purchased the Red Sox with co-owner John Henry in 2002 for $660 million, but Werner got his start in television.  He began working for ABC in 1975 and produced such hit shows as Roseanne and That 70's Show. The New York-native is also at the head of the successful production company, Carsey-Werner Productions.

Do you know what show launched Werner's career? How did he break into baseball? Answer these questions and more in this edition of NESN Trivia. Be sure to tune in for Werner's episode of After The Game: Work Hard, Live Well, Give Back, airing Friday night at 5:30 p.m.

Test your knowledge in the Tom Werner edition of NESN Trivia >>

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